Social Media Policy
The following stances and behaviors characterize the administration of official Fujifilm social media accounts.
Social media is defined as internet or web technology media for use by a large undefined number of individual users by which to communicate through the posting of information.
Employees of Fujifilm comply with the law and with the Fujifilm Charter for Corporate Behavior and the Code of Conduct in their use of social media. They should avoid any expressions that might be deemed offensive, and observe the criteria of “open, fair and clear” in all communications. At all times, they are required to behave in a professional manner.
Understanding the Nature of Social Media
Users of social media should understand that information posted on the internet is accessible by a large undefined number of users, that information cannot be completely erased once it is posted, and that an individual’s postings reflect on his or her company. The user must therefore maintain a constant attitude of attentiveness to others’ postings and responsibility in his or her own behavior.
To All Users of Social Media
Not all postings made by employees via official Fujifilm social media accounts will necessarily be expressive of Fujifilm’s official announcements and statements of opinions. Official announcements and statements of opinion are made via Fujifilm’s own website, news releases, and the like.